Friday Photo: Fake Lake

Madeline Boyce (L) and Kalyna Kardash relax in the tourism pavilion at the G8/G20 summit media centre in Toronto June 24, 2010 in Toronto. The pavilion includes several canoes, lawn chairs and an artificial indoor pool. Speaking to the House of Commons, complaining about Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s leadership, Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff said ...

By , a former associate editor at Foreign Policy.
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Madeline Boyce (L) and Kalyna Kardash relax in the tourism pavilion at the G8/G20 summit media centre in Toronto June 24, 2010 in Toronto. The pavilion includes several canoes, lawn chairs and an artificial indoor pool. Speaking to the House of Commons, complaining about Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper's leadership, Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff said 'Canadians wanted leadership, and all they got was a fake lake.' More on the fake lake here

Madeline Boyce (L) and Kalyna Kardash relax in the tourism pavilion at the G8/G20 summit media centre in Toronto June 24, 2010 in Toronto. The pavilion includes several canoes, lawn chairs and an artificial indoor pool. Speaking to the House of Commons, complaining about Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s leadership, Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff said ‘Canadians wanted leadership, and all they got was a fake lake.’

More on the fake lake here

Joshua Keating was an associate editor at Foreign Policy. Twitter: @joshuakeating

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